Civil Litigation

Resolving conflicts. Reducing anxiety.

Civil Litigation is the resolution of conflict between two or more private parties. It involves someone who undertakes legal action against another person. Sometimes this means going to court or a tribunal, but in many cases conflict can be resolved to the satisfaction of all parties by negotiation or other out-of-court measures. While we have argued cases in the Ontario Superior Court and in other forums, our primary objective is to bring the matter to the most efficient, effective conclusion for clients.

Civil litigation encompasses contract interpretation, debt collection, wrongful termination from employment, construction disputes or any other issues where amicable resolution is no longer an option so Court may be the wisest avenue to pursue.

Civil litigation in Ontario can include things like:

  • Commercial disputes
  • Contract disputes
  • Construction disputes and liens
  • Debt collection
  • Mortgage remedies
  • Property disputes
  • Estate litigation
  • Shareholder disputes
  • Wrongful dismissal
  • Estate litigation
  • Slip-and-fall injuries
  • Sexual assault and historical sexual assault

We have more than 20 years of experience pursuing suits against people and organizations on behalf of clients and defending clients when they are sued.

However, early intervention can go a long way to avoiding costly and time-consuming lawsuits. The majority of our cases are resolved long before a trial becomes necessary.  Engaging us to review contracts or agreements, or a consultation before a possible disputes escalates could be the best legal investment you can make.